Let’s add more fuel to the fire

By Nathan Angelo B. Cruz | Web Manager Vol. XCI No. 3 — Aug. 14, 2019 It has been a tumultuous few weeks here at Silliman University. First, we had the bomb threat, then the stabbings, a mugging, and lastly another bomb threat. Currently, we have the presence of the military around campus, while [READ MORE]

Heard and Quoted Words

By Kevin Q. Alaban | Associate Editor Vol. XCI No. 2 — Aug. 7, 2019 In his famous book entitled “Inferno,” the author Dan Brown once noted, “The darkest places in hell are reserved for those who maintain their neutrality in times of moral crisis.” In the same vein, [READ MORE]

Belief and Non-Belief

By Jean Salgados, Editor-in-Chief First Printed on Vol. XCI No. 1. July 30, 2019 I’ve lived most of my life under the care and guidance of a Catholic family that sent me to a Catholic school in the Province of Bohol. My inquisitive outlook on how things work led me to reject most of the religious [READ MORE]

Adding Fuel to the Fire

By Junelie Anthony Velonta First Printed on Vol. XCI No. 1. July 30, 2019 “Dili na safe ang Dumaguete.” “City of Gentle People no more.” “Please suspend classes because (insert reason).” Isn’t it tiring to hear these? Isn’t it very annoying to see these on Facebook feeds? If such [READ MORE]